Our experience of reality is affected and mediated at all times. The finite perceptions and historical minds of mankind create a profound dichotomy with unchanging and objective physical laws and mutable existences. Light is dichotomy—simultaneously personal yet incomprehensible—often unconsidered but infinitely considerable.
I am interested in the interplay between these subjective and objective realities: the relationship between distinct, noumenal occurrences and constructions, and the phenomenal nature of the perceptual facilities used to internalize and process them. The work attempts to create within situations an awareness of perception and necessity of engagement with the greater reality--an unfiltered and unmediated collision experience between personal phenomena and objective noumena—a bridge between finite and infinite. When perception is confounded and experience questioned, divinity is truly experienced.